Newly Admitted Student Checklist

Newly Admitted Student Checklist

Whether you're a newly admitted or returning student, this checklist will help you get prepared and stay organized.

New Student Orientation will be held in the weeks prior to your starting semester. Here is more information regarding orientation and how to register:

Register for NSO

Students are protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). You'll need to set up a FERPA passphrase to access your records. Here is more information about FERPA as well as instructions to set up your FERPA passphrase.

Set Up FERPA Passphrase

International students must be issued an I-20 to study at LDS Business College. Before an I-20 can be issued, you'll need to complete several tasks. International students will not be allowed to register for classes until the I-20 is issued.

I-20 Documents

Are you an international student? Once you enter the country and are ready to start school, you'll need to complete the International Student Check-in Process.

  1. Complete the International Student Check-in Application on bcINTL with your U.S. address.

  2. Bring the following documents to the International Student Office on the second floor (these must be brought by you in person):
  • I-20 Form issued by LDS Business College

  • Passport

  • Visa

  • Current I-94 Form. This is an online form that you will access by clicking here.

  • If you have dependents, bring all of their documentation as well.

All of these documents will be scanned into our system. You will also receive an International Student Handbook that will advise you on how to stay in status while attending LDS Business College.

Registration for classes will be available prior to your starting semester. Please see our Calendar for important dates, including when registration opens.

Not sure what classes to take? Visit the Student Development Center on the ninth floor for assistance in planning your classes.

Register for Classes

LDS Business College accepts college-level transfer credits from regionally-accredited colleges and universities. This usually happens automatically after you are admitted to the college. You can see which credits transferred by viewing your Advising Report in your MyBC account.

Learn About Transfer Credit

Every new student is assigned an LDS Business College email account, which will be used for all official communication from the College. Your email will be assigned once you are admitted to the college, and communicated to the email address you provided us in your application. You will typically receive this 24 to 48 hours after receiving your admission notification.

Your email address will be assigned based on your LDS Business College Net ID, and will look like NetID@ldsbc.edu. So if your assigned Net ID is johndee, your LDS Business College email address will be johndee@ldsbc.edu.

If you have not received this information, please check your junk mail. Then contact the BC Helpdesk at (801) 524-8119 or BCHelpdesk@ldsbc.edu

Learn about LDSBC Email Addresses

Starting fall 2018, you will need to bring your own laptop for classes.

Learn About Laptop Requirements

You will need to complete placement testing in english and math before registering for a second semester at LDS Business College.

Learn About Placement Tests

If you are enrolled in school at least ¾ time, you will need to have adequate medical coverage. This can be obtained through private insurance or through our school plan.

Learn About Health Insurance

If you are eligible and would like to apply for federal financial aid, you should complete the FAFSA at least two months before tuition is due.

Apply for Financial Aid

Many students are eligible for scholarships. To apply for most scholarships, you must already be registered for at least 12 credits.

Learn About Scholarship Criteria

You can pay tuition online as well as on campus. Tuition is due before classes begin. Check our Academic Calendar for important dates.

Learn About Tuition

LDS Business College does not own, operate or control any student housing facilities, but provides a list of off-campus property owners as an informal service to students.

Learn About Housing Options

Some students will have holds placed on their accounts. These holds can prevent registration, access to official transcripts and other services. To see if you have any holds that need to be resolved, check your Student Center in your MyBC account.

Learn About Holds

Newly-admitted and current students are eligible to defer their attendance for religious missionary service or military leave.

Apply for a Missionary Deferment

Former students will use the Net ID that was previously assigned to them. If you have any difficulties logging in or remembering your Net ID, please contact the BC Help Desk by emailing BChelpdesk@ldsbc.edu or calling (801) 524-8100.